Oestrus ovis


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Oestrus ovis

(es'trus o'vis)
A botfly whose maggots (larvae) may cause ocular myiasis in humans.
See: myiasis; ophthalmomyiasis
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Oestrus ovis larvae in nasal cavity of sheep - A case report.
Ferrer-Dufol et al., "Short report: one case of nasal human myiasis caused by third stage instar larvae of Oestrus ovis" TheAmerican Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol.
Poggi et al., "Three cases of ophthalmomyiasis externa by sheep botfly Oestrus ovis in Italy," New Microbiologica, vol.
(6.) Sreejith RS, Reddy AK, Ganeshpuri SS, Garg P Oestrus ovis ophthalmomyiasis with keratitis.
External ophthalmomyiasis caused by Oestrus ovis. S Afr Med J 1981; 60(18): 709 710.
Ophthalmomyiasis externa: three cases caused by Oestrus ovis larvae in Turkey.
Ophthalmomyiasis externa due to the sheep botfly Oestrus ovis in South-West Germany.
Webster, "Evaluation of a direct ELISA for the serodiagnosis of Oestrus ovis infections in sheep," The Veterinary record, vol.
Ophthalmomyiasis caused by the sheep bot fly Oestrus ovis in northern Iraq.
Oestrus ovis is a cosmopolitan parasite and its larval stages inhabits the nasal passages, sinuses of sheep.
Orneklerin mikrobiyolojik atlas incelenmesi sonrasinda oestrus ovis birinci evre larvalari olduguna karar verildi (Resim 2).